BC Ferries
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BC Ferries Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Mark Collins
  • Founded
    1960
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $650m to $1bn (CAD)
  • Industry
    Transportation & Logistics
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 105 reviews and is evolving.
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Reviews

Project Manager in Victoria, BC
on 17 February 2021
New ideas not welcome
Although I enjoy working with my peers, some management is not very open to different ways of doing things. Many of us were hired from outside to bring new ideas to IT. But they really didn't want to change. Kept increasing the bureaucracy which makes it difficult to be successful. Kept us creating documents instead of managing our projects. More documents doesn't mean improving project success.Culture was mentally abusive and belittling. No respect for your welfare and unable to express empathy. No pay raises in over 5 years. Never felt I could trust management.
Customer Service Representative in Victoria, BC
on 14 April 2021
Overall, a good place to work.
B.C. Ferries is a world recognized employer who looks fabulous on your resume, offers competitive salaries, a ferry pass, room to grow (if you have patience) and more.
Ticket Agent in Nanaimo, BC
on 10 April 2021
Co workers are the best part of the job
Worked there 25 years. Got worse every year. Employees are not valued, treated like the enemy, bullied. New hires are often bullied by management as there are no repercussions for treatment or firing of seasonal employees. My co workers made those years worth it, hard workers who cared about their passengers. Management is often barely competent and often to afraid of keeping their jobs to actually do their jobs.
Terminal attendent in Prince Rupert, BC
on 15 February 2021
Enjoyed working with people and getting certifications
Great job. Mostly outside work. Good crews . Hours aren't always great, but make good money in the summer time. Get tickets and they help pay travel if you take the ferry
Terminal attendant, ticket agent, site saftey, and shop stewart in Port Hardy, BC
on 26 December 2020
High pace and stressfull
If you are not a pet of the management there is no room for advancement and there is a lot of bullying and harassment if you do not conform to how they want you to behave. Not a good place to work if you have a young family.

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